Sunday, November 27, 2022

Avatar Studios Releases Stunning New Last Airbender Artwork

Avatar Studios drops gorgeous new artwork featuring some of Avatar: The Last Airbender's most beloved characters, including Aang, Iroh and Zuko.

Avatar Studios is busy working on a number of new projects set in the Four Nations. But while the releases of those projects are some years away, the Nickelodeon subsidiary still knows how to keep fans excited for the return of their favorite characters.

As reported by Avatar News, Avatar Studios dropped several new images featuring Aang in the Avatar State, Prince Zuko, Mai and General Iroh, all surrounded by fire or the four elements. The images are available for purchase at Avatar Studios' official Displate store, along with many, many more.

What Avatar Studios Has in Store

The first feature film being produced by Avatar Studios, which is headed by creators Michael DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko, will see the return of the Gaang, though this is only one of several projects currently in the works featuring the original cast of characters. Audiences will have to wait some time, however, as it was recently reported the film is looking at a release date of Oct. 10, 2025.

While details are scarce concerning the kind of adventure Aang, Katara, Sokka, Toph and Zuko will embark on this time around, or which actors are attached to voice them, it has been revealed that Flying Bark Productions (Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, LEGO Monkie Kid, What If…?) is involved in the production, animating the film.

But for those who aren't necessarily interested in Avatar Aang's story, the studio is also reportedly working on a full film centered on Avatar Korra, though the project does not currently have a set release date, though it is believed to be headed to theaters some time in 2026. This has not yet been officially confirmed by Avatar Studios, Nickelodeon or Paramount.

The World of Avatar: The Last Airbender Continues

For the more dedicated fans of the franchise, there is the question of where the comics and novels fall into the canon since the publications have allowed the story to continue long after the animated shows concluded. Writer Tim Hedrick previously discussed the matter on the official podcast, Avatar: Braving the Elements, hinting that the comics and novels will play a significant part in the upcoming films. "If you haven't read the comics, and are excited for the new stuff, read the comics because it's only going to enrich your experience going forward... you are going to know more about what's up," he explained.

Avatar: The Last Airbender aired on Nickelodeon between 2005 and 2008, covering the story of Avatar Aang as he attempted to master all four elements in the span of less than a year, in time to defeat the tyrannical Firelord Ozai before he could burn the world using Sozin's Comet. The series has been widely praised for its unique fantasy world and its handling of mature subject matter.

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